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June 10, 2013

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Actually, it's 2.3 coffee shops per block. But when it's a clear blue sky and 68 degrees in late May, well, you'd die of envy if you experienced it.

Admittedly this is quite rare, but well worth the wait.

"No wonder Starbucks got its start there, and why Seattle has at least one coffee shop per block. It's not an indulgence, it's a *biological necessity* if you're going to insist on living in a place so very un-savanna-like."

You've never been to Detroit, have you?
IIRC, we match Seattle for cloudy days, and we have snow, slush and really, really cold rain.

some internet sources, but not others, say that Buffalo, Syracuse and Binghamton NY are as cloudy as Seattle. easy to believe.

i didn't know that there were places where a week of overcast days was unusual until i moved to NC.

I like the rain! In fact, I am sun-phobic. I think the PNW is the only part of the US that has decent weather.

"You've never been to Detroit, have you?"
What's up with Belle Island? All that empty real estate. The Koch brothers should buy it and turn it into Singapore on Lake St Clair.

I like myself a bit of torrential rain now and then. Sun only in limited doses please.

I like the rain! In fact, I am sun-phobic. I think the PNW is the only part of the US that has decent weather.

This x 1000.

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